There are many ways in which you can provide support and assistance for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in our community. Here are just a few examples:
Love to cook or bake? Share your culinary talents with the families residing in shelter by cooking a homecooked meal or baking sweet treats.
Pass on gently used clothes and items that you no longer need to families rebuilding thier lives after violence.
Organize a supply drive at your work, church, or with your family. The Haven's emergency shelter are always in need of toliet paper, paper towels, cleaning supplies, HE laundry detergent, antibactical wipes, and undergarments in a variety of sizes.
Purchase groceries to feed women and children residing in the shelter. You can also provide snacks or treats for our Children's Groups which are held Monday-Thursday in the afternoon hours.
Want to spread Christmas cheer? Our Adopt-a-Family Holiday Program provides Christmas presents to families that are currently receiving services through The Haven. Persons wishing to participate are provided with a Christmas wish list and information of each family member (includes ages, sex, and sizes). If you have any questions please feel free to contact Julie Pellegrin at Julie@havenhelps.org.
If you would like to sign-up for a volunteer project, please contact us. Have another volunteer project idea in mind? We welcome all of your gifts, talents, and time to help us provide quality, heart-felt services to the community. Fill out the contact form to share your volunteer or donation ideas.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve the lives of domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. Your generous donation will fund our mission. THANK YOU!
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